Post-Occupancy Performance

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Victim or Survivor? Victim or Survivor?

As encouraging as some of the housing recovery's signs are, visibility into what's next and what's ahead is mightily limited. So, we're slow to move in some areas, particularly as regards adding human and financial capital. To address those pain points, we're excited to introduce Survivor or Victim? How to Excel in a Resource-Constrained Environment, a new series jointly developed by Continuum Advisory Group's Clark Ellis and Brandon Hart. More

Home Performance Upgrades Without High Prices
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Modular Homes Put Efficiency to the Test Modular Homes Put Efficiency to the Test

Test homes will compare three approaches to energy efficiency. More

Sales Team Compensation: Are You Overpaying For Under Production?
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Sales Team Compensation: Are You Overpaying For Under Production?

Don’t pay salespeople for performance that doesn’t deliver stellar results, says... More

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Is It Time to Refresh Your Brand? Is It Time to Refresh Your Brand?

Is it time to refresh your brand? Use this case study as a guide for updating your company’s presence in the marketplace. More

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Go Ductless Go Ductless

Mitsubishi Electric's new ductless HVAC system meets demand for low loads, high efficiencies. More

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Small, Local Companies Dominate the Home Building Industry

Many small, local companies are responsible for a large payroll within the home building industry More

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Century Becomes Home Building's 8th New Public in 18 Months Century Becomes Home Building's 8th New Public in 18 Months

Century Communities executives opened the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, after raising $103 million by offering 4.5 million shares at $23, the low end of the range of $23 to $26. Listing on the NYSE under the symbol CCS, with FBR Capital Markets, J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank acting as lead managers on the deal, Century becomes the 8th privately-held home builder to go public in the past 18 months. More

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Up Your Game Up Your Game

Home building organization leaders face a choice in today's constantly, and ubiquitously challenging early-recovery market: 1. react to circumstances, or 2. improve people, process, and presentation. Forrest Performance Group's Jason Forrest explores the alternatives. More

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Experiment with Building Science Experiment with Building Science

High-performance techniques conserve time and money while cutting down on owners' energy bills. More

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